"Let's talk after regime changes": Zelensky suggests excluding Putin's Russia from all international institutions
Moscow's new demands against Ukraine, which was attacked by a barbaric army of occupiers, do not deserve any attention, much less any reaction. On the contrary, the civilized world should recognize the obvious: dictator Vladimir Putin and his clique can no longer represent Russia as a full-fledged power, because in fact they are war criminals who are on the international wanted list.
Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to the head of the presidential office, wrote this on his Twitter account. He again addressed the United Nations Security Council, which is still chaired by hypocrites from Russia.
"Today's Russian authorities must lose their place in all international institutions, including the UN Security Council. There will be a regime change - we will talk to the successors. In particular, about compensation payments and the nuclear disarmament program," he pointed out.
Let us recall that earlier Foreign Minister Kuleba stated that the UN Security Council needs a reset in order to exclude the Russian Federation from its membership. However, this may be a long process, and Ukraine should be persistent on this issue.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, on May 27, the Russian Federation put forward new "conditions" for Ukraine to "resolve the conflict." In their pipe dreams, Kyiv stopped resisting Russian aggression and Western partners stopped military aid to Ukraine.
Podolyak responded to this ridiculous ultimatum by stressing that it is yet another confirmation of the Kremlin's legal and factual incapacity and put forward counter demands to the aggressor state. Also, such fantasies of Moscow testify to the problems of the Russian leadership's perception of reality.